Fixer Upper's Chip Gaines Hints He and His Wife Joanna Gaines Will Return to Reality TV

Updated On 25 May, 2018 Published On

After the devastating end of Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines' Fixer Upper show after five seasons, we never thought we would swatch them on TV again. But it seems, the dynamic couple is planning to return on television.

On Wednesday, May 23, one of the HGTV couple's fans took to Twitter to share an idea for a new series.

Featuring a classic Chip gif of the contractor jumping through a wall as his wife looks on, the Twitter user tagged the two reality stars and wrote,

Show idea. Chip [and] Joanna surprise young adults by fixing up their first house of college. Renter Upper?

43-year-old Chip replied, “Hummm.. #melike”

Chip and Joanna announced in Athat thay they left the series after five seasons, however, the couple also has said that returning to the small screen isn’t out of the question.

40-year-old Joanna told PEOPLE in October,

It isn’t inconceivable. We’re entrepreneurs at heart, so we’ll always be looking forward to what’s next. As it relates to TV, you just never know.

In September, the duo announced that they were ending the show because they want to spend more time with their growing family and focus on their businesses.

Joanna said at the time,

We gave everything we had to this show — the beautiful homes and those sweet families — but this just felt like the right time to catch our breath for a bit.

As previously reported, on March 7, Chip and Joanna are expecting their fifth child, a baby boy together.

The couple, who have been married since 31 May 2003, announced Joanna's pregnancy in January - just months after revealing that the fifth season of Fixer Upper would be their last.